There was something comfortable about watching Switch. It felt a little like coming home, which is odd to say about a drama that was full of twists. I reminded me, forcibly, of USA Network’s White Collar and TNT’s Leverage. All three shows drew me in because of the characters with contrasting moral codes, the unexpected plots, and the likable ensembles.
Howdy, drama fans! Karie the Maknae here, happy to join Kmuse, Drama Geek, and Kdrama Jen as we recap the new police kdrama Live. I have a hard time scaling down my recaps to the parts that stood out to me, especially in a drama like this, where every detail seems to have meaning. So buckle up, drama fans, because here come the Maknae’s thoughts on Live, episode 2! Continue reading
The Asian police drama trauma of Kmuse. I am telling you that this is a real thing. So often I will go into a show and be driven batty by stupid/unrealistic cops who do stupid/unrealistic things. So when we were discussing what drama to recap next I was slightly hesitant about picking a show which is focused solely on the police. But, it turns out that this drama is more about surviving and overcoming obstacles, which I am totally into. So join me as I recap the first episode of what is hopefully to be a wonderful and enriching drama experience. Continue reading
We are excited that so many of our biases were going to be in one drama together! Come join us as we chat all about Wok of Love, as well as how it compares to another big drama premiere: Lawless Lawyer. Continue reading
We have come to the end of our story. Our sweet little comedy has turned into a look at a variety of personalities with problems that many of us have. There are tough times for everyone, but each episode has light and fun moments. Most of our characters have learned and improved, but not all of their problems have been solved. Bo Young in particular has gained a lot of confidence and is not the same girl who used to let herself get pushed around. Come see how everyone is doing! THERE ARE SPOILERS!
I predict that Investigation Couple/Partners for Justice will be one of those polarizing dramas that people will either love or hate. Come see what Kmuse and Karie the Maknae have to say about the first 4 episodes (but not really 4 episodes, because they’re the one-episode-split-into-two format that’s trendy right now. This doesn’t bug me. Not at all. I have no idea why you would think that.)
I have been waiting for Lee Joon Gi to pick a drama that really allows him to showcase his multi-faceted acting talents and his ability to create stellar action scenes. Read on to discover my first impressions and five reasons you should be watching!
What happens when a variety show follows a bunch of introverted homebody idols/singers/actors around all day? Come find out as The Fangirls continue their search for the ultimate variety show and review It’s Dangerous Beyond the Blankets.
Have you been feeling that your drama schedule has included a lot of murders and mystery lately? Are you itching for a nice old fashioned rom-com? If so, we have two possible kdrama contenders getting ready to air. Come join us for this week’s rom-com teasers and choose which one is going to be your upcoming romantic addiction. Continue reading
You spend 16 + hours watching a show and BAM… you suddenly find yourself with an open ending. What is your reaction? Come join The Fangirls as they discuss this topic and share their favorite and least favorite open ended dramas.